Corporal Van Buren Bromley, Company H.

        VAN BUREN BROMLEY, born Jan. 30, 1835; married Josephine Van Vliet of Green Bay, Wis., Jan. 30, 1864. She died in San Jose, Cal., March 6, 1900. Van Buren Bromley went to New York in 1855, and entered the law office of his uncle, Isaac; remained with him until the breaking out of the War of the Rebellion in 1861. He then returned to his native town and enlisted, Sept., 1861, in Co. H, 12th Wisconsin Volunteers. He served until his term of enlistment expired, Jan., 1864. He was appointed paymaster's clerk, served nine months and returned to his native town to practice law. In the legal profession, as well as by the community at large, he was held in high esteem, and was once elected district attorney for his county. He left Green Bay in 1892, and settled in Oregon, removing to his present home in San Jose July, 1894. He now holds, and has held for the past six years, the office of county court commissioner.

Children, born in Green Bay, Wis.:
* Hallock, born April 26, 1870; married Lulu Lucky, Dec. 31, 1901, in San Francisco, Cal.
* Margaret Kissam, born March 1, 1875.
* Carrie Taylor, born May 17, 1877.
* Robert Van Vliet, born Nov. 10, 1879.
* Charles Rudd, born Dec. 1, 1889.

The Bromley Genealogy, Page 257
Author: Viola A. Bromley
Call Number: R929.2 B868